See, that's kinda where I disagree personally because the thing I have very low emotional investment in those films. They're fun turn off your brain, eat popcorn, immediately forget kinda films for me. They're adjacent superhero stories that interweve more than they are any type of meaningful unified mythology to me. I saw (and mostly enjoyed) everything up through Ant-Man in theaters, but now I just choose to see the ones that interest me at this point. I skipped Doctor Strange in theaters (just saw it on Netflix...happy with my decision) and plan on skipping the new Ant-Man too. I like going to the movies to have a good time, and it was around 2016 with Civil War and Ant-Man that I realized I just felt like I was going through the motions and seeing them because they were required viewing more than out of any real meaningful emotional investment in the story, which was kind of a bummer realization for me. Luckily Marvel has enough franchises going now that I can pick and choose the ones I see. I never was keen on Star Wars trying to chase the MCU business model, because not only is it clearly not as easy as Hollywood thought-- truthfully I just like it better when Star Wars is more of a big event and I expect a LOT more from Star Wars than I do of Marvel. I simply respect Star Wars' impact on cinema in a way that I do not for Marvel. To me the beauty of the Star Wars films was they were influenced by serialized genre storytelling but they were still distinct entries into the canon of cinema. And while they had plenty of humor and goofy aspects, they just spoke to a purity of imagination in a way that was and still is special. They had an innocence about them, which is why people so closely associate it with their childhoods and become so passionately opinionated about everything about it. Marvel is comic books/TV for the big screen with a heavy dose of self-aware humor- which CLEARLY is working gangbusters for them. But to me, that's not what Star Wars is- although I do appreciate them embracing the multimedia facet of the canon. Anyway, to me oversaturation IS a thing regardless of quality or success. You can absolutely have too much of a good thing, whether that is superheroes, Star Wars or pizza. There is always something to be said for having the time to rebuild your appetite for something.